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The statue stands in a very nice place to walk and enjoy a summer evening. Furthermore, you can see it from a very near position, which makes the statue more impressive (it is just 15 meters tall, looks way more due to the lack of...More
We were in Posadas in 2013 and this great addition to the riverfront was still in the planning stage. It is a wonderful statue of a Guaraní Indian, a great tribute to the indigenous people who have populated this region for thousands of years.
There's not much to see in Posadas and this Monumento is one of the very, very, very few "sightseeing" spots which you can visit. Don't expect too much. But it's okay to go there and to take a walk at the waterfront.
We have been in this place during the day. The place is very calm and quiet. The water around and the wind blowing in low speed makes it a calm and nice place to be. There's a lot of bars and restaurants around near the...More